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Report of M.O. Leighton, February 8, 1910, in San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona:

Report to the Secretary of War of a Board of Engineer Officers, United States Army, under Indian Appropriation Act of August 24, 1912, on San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona, House Document 791, 63-2. 1914. Washington, DC: GPO.

Report of F. E. Herrmann, in San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona: Report to the Secretary of War of a Board of Engineer Officers, United States Army, under Indian Appropriation Act of August 24, 1912, on San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona, House Document 791, 63-2. 1914. Washington, DC: GPO.

Report of J.D. Schuyler and H. Hawgood, dated September 27, 1910, in San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona: Report to the Secretary of War of a Board of Engineer Officers, United States Army, under Indian Appropriation Act of August 24, 1912, on San

Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona, House Document 791, 63-2. 1914. Washington, DC:

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Report of J. H. Quinton, September 11, 1909, in San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona:

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Report of J.H. Quinton, September 3, 1912, in San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona:

Report to the Secretary of War of a Board of Engineer Officers, United States Army, under Indian Appropriation Act of August 24, 1912, on San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona, House Document 791, 63-2. 1914. Washington, DC: GPO.

“Reservoir site at San Carlos: Report of William H. Rosecrans,” in San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona: Report to the Secretary of War of a Board of Engineer Officers, United States Army, under Indian Appropriation Act of August 24, 1912, on San Carlos Irrigation Project, Arizona, House Document 791, 63-2. 1914. Washington, DC: GPO.

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San Carlos Irrigation Project, House Report 618, May 1, 1924, House of Representatives, 68th Congress, 1st Session. 1924. Washington, DC: GPO.

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“Survey of Pima and Maricopa Reservation: Letter from the Secretary of the Interior in relation to the Proposed Extension of the Survey of the Pima and Maricopa Indian reservation in Arizona,” dated February 21, 1871. 41st Congress, 3rd Session, House Executive Documents 139. 1871. Washington, DC: GPO.

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Survey of Conditions of the Indians in the United States, Part 17, Arizona. 1931.

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Survey and Allotment Work, Letter from The Secretary of the Interior Transmitting Statement of Cost of Survey and Allotment Work, Indian Service, for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1916. House Document 1455, 64-2.

Survey and Allotment Work, Letter from The Secretary of the Interior Transmitting Statement of Cost of Survey and Allotment Work, Indian Service, for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1918. House Document 1508, 65-3.

“Franck Thackery to Carl Hayden,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 3, 1916, in Diversion Dam on the Gila River at a Site above Florence, Arizona.

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“R.G. Valentine, Commissioner, to Charles E. Roblin, Special Allotting Agent,” April 29, 1911. In Conserving the Rights of the Pima Indians.

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National Archives and Records Service (RG 75) “John B. Alexander to Commissioner of Indian Affairs William Jones, dated Pima Agency, July 25, 1903.” “George Andrews to Ely Parker,” dated September 9, 1869. M734, Roll 8.

“George Andrews to Ely Parker,” dated Office of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs, November 6, 1869. M234, Roll 3.

Annual Statistical Report, Pima Agency, Sacaton, Arizona, 1912, in “Superintendents Annual Narrative and Statistical Reports, 1907-1938,” RG 75, Microcopy 1011, rolls 104-105 Annual Statistical Report, 1916.

Annual Statistical Report, 1920.

Annual Statistical Report, 1921.

Annual Statistical Report, 1922.

Annual Statistical Report, 1923.

Annual Statistical Report, 1925.

Annual Statistical Report, 1926.

Annual Statistical Report, 1934.

“Franklin Armstrong, United States Indian Inspector, to Lucius Q.C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima Agency, February 26, 1887.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 35.

“Franklin Armstrong, United States Indian Inspector, to William Villas, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima Agency, Arizona, August 16, 1889.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 35.

“Antonio Azul and subchiefs to Commissioner of Indian Affairs William Jones, dated Sacaton, Arizona, March 29, 1902,” transmitted by “Elwood Hadley to William Jones, dated September 13, 1902.” RG 75, Letters Received, Office of Indian Affairs.

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“Goddard Bailey to Charles Mix,” dated November 4, 1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“Goddard Bailey to Charles E. Mix,” dated November 4, 1858. RG 75, M234, Letters sent by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1858Roll 549.

“Herman Bendell to Frances Walker,” dated Prescott, Arizona Territory, September 11,

1872. M734, Roll 8.

“John A. Clark, Surveyor General, to J.M. Edwards, Commissioner of the General Land Office,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 30, 1861. M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1860-1861. Roll 550.

“Milton Cogswell to Thomas C. Devin,” dated Headquarters Sub-District of the Verde, Camp McDowell, Arizona Territory, November 28, 1869. M734, Roll 4.

“Superintendent J. L. Collins to John Walker,” dated May 22, 1858. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Sent, March 29, 1856 to December 11, 1859. Roll 26.

“James L. Collins to Charles Mix,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 25, 1858.

M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“James L. Collins to A. B. Greenwood,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 26, 1859. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“James L. Collins to A. B. Greenwood,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 5, 1860.

M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1860-1861. Roll 550.

“Superintendent James L. Collins to William P. Dole, Commissioner of Indian Affairs,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 25, 1861. M234, Roll 550.

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“Cornelius Crouse, U.S. Indian Agent, Sacaton, Arizona Territory, to Commissioner of Indian Affairs Daniel Browning, May 10, 1893.” Letters Received, Office of Indian Affairs.

“M.O. Davidson to D.N. Cooley,” dated US Indian Agency, January 12, 1866. M234, Roll 3.

“M.O. Davidson to R.B. Valkenburgh,” dated U.S. Indian Agency, Tucson, September 30, 1865. M234, Roll 3.

“George W. Dent to Nathaniel Taylor,” dated La Paz, Arizona Territory, April 15, 1869.

M734, Roll 3.

“James Denver to Silas St. John, dated February 18, 1859, Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs.” RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“Thomas Devin to George Dent,” dated Tucson, Arizona, March 14, 1865. M234. Roll 3.

“Thomas C. Devin to George Dent,” dated Headquarters, Department of Arizona, Tucson, March 14, 1869. M734. Roll 2.

“C.C. Duncan to Michael H. Smith.” Reports of Inspections, Roll 35.

“Charles E. Ellis, Special Agent, to Robert G. Valentine, Commissioner of Indian Affairs,” dated April 10, 1912. Letters Received, Indian Division, Office of Indian Affairs.

“John C. Frémont to Carl Schurz,” dated Territory of Arizona, Executive Department, Prescott, February 6, 1879. M234. Roll 21.

“Robert S. Gardner, United States Indian Inspector, to H.M. Teller, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima and Maricopa Agency, September 2, 1886.” Reports of Inspections.

Roll 35.

“Robert S. Gardner to Henry Teller dated March 3, 1885.” Reports of Inspectors. Roll 35.

“Robert S. Gardner to Michael Smith, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima Agency, June 5, 1891.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 36.

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“Walter Graves, United States Indian Inspector, to Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima Indian Reservation, Arizona, September 8, 1900.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 35.

“Walter Graves to E.A. Hitchcock, dated Pima Agency, Arizona, January 19, 1899.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 36.

“A.B. Greenwood to Special Agent Sylvester Mowry,” dated June 13, 1859. M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs. New Mexico Superintendency, 1858Roll 549.

“A.B. Greenwood to James L. Collins,” dated September 8, 1859, Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880. Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“Frederick Grossman to George Andrews,” dated Pima villages, October 19, 1869.

M234. Roll 3.

“Frederick Grossman to George W. Andrews,” dated Pima villages, Arizona Territory, October 31, 1869. RG 75, M734. Roll 3.

“Frederick Grossman to George W. Andrews,” dated Sacaton, Arizona Territory, November 9, 1869. RG 75, M734. Roll 3.

“Frederick Grossman to George W. Andrews,” dated Sacaton, Arizona Territory, November 11, 1869. RG 75, M734. Roll 3.

“Frederick Grossman to George W. Andrews,” January 8, 1870. RG 75, M734. Roll 4.

“Frederick Grossman to George W. Andrews,” February 15, 1870. RG 75, M734. Roll 4.

“Elwood Hadley to Commissioner William A. Jones, dated 21 July 1900.” RG 75, Office of Indian Affairs, Indian School Service, Office of Superintendent.

“Elwood Hadley to Jones, dated July 21, 1900.” RG 75, Letters Received, Office of Indian Affairs.

“Elwood Hadley to Jones, dated July 26, 1900.” RG 75, Letters Received, Office of Indian Affairs.

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“Elwood Hadley to Commissioner William Jones, dated Sacaton, Arizona, September 13, 1902.” RG 75, Letters Received, Office of Indian Affairs.

“William Hammond to Ezra Hayt,” dated September 13, 1879. RG 75, M234. Roll 21.

“George Hooper to Commissioner of Indian Affairs,” dated San Francisco, March 23,

1865. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“George Hooper to Charles Poston,” dated San Francisco, April 12, 1865. RG 75, M234.

Roll 3.

“William Junkin, United States Indian Inspector, to John Noble, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima Agency, September 30, 1890.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 36.

“Lt. Colonial and Inspector General S. A. Lathroop to William Dole,” dated Washington DC, October 24, 1863. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Cyrus Lennan, Post Master Pimo Villages, to C.S. Collins,” dated Tucson, Arizona, July 22, 1860. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency 1860-1861. Roll 550.

“Cyrus Lennan to the Honorable Caleb B. Smith, Secretary of the Interior,” dated Pimo Villages, July 11, 1861. RG 75, M234. Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1860-1861. Roll 550.

“Nathan Margold to Secretary of the Interior,” February 19, 1935. RG 75, Central Classified File Pima.

“P. McCormick to Michael Smith, Secretary of the Interior, dated April 17, 1896.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 36.

“P. McCormick, United States Indian Inspector, to Cornelius Bliss, Secretary of the Interior, dated Sacaton, Arizona Territory, April 4, 1897,” in Reports of Inspections. Roll 36.

“Irvin McDowell to Adjutant General,” dated Department of California, San Francisco, California, June 24, 1878. RG 75, M234. Roll 22.

“Irvin McDowell to William T. Sherman,” dated San Francisco, California, December 23, 1878. RG 75, M234. Roll 20.

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“Sylvester Mowry to the Honorable Charles Mix,” dated Tubac, Arizona, September 24,

1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. roll 549.

“E.O.C. Ord to Thomas C. Devin,” dated San Francisco, California, April 2, 1869. RG 75, M734. Roll 3.

“H. Oury to Territorial Delegate Hiram S. Stevens,” dated January 20, 1876. RG 75, M234. Roll 15.

“Ely Parker to George W. Andrews,” dated Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C., August 4, 1869. RG 75, M734. Roll 3.

“J. A. Parker to Commissioner J.Q. Smith,” dated April 15, 1877. RG 75, M234. Roll 16.

“Report of R. Pearsons on Pima Agency Investigation of Charges against Agent Wheeler, dated Pima Agency, December 31, 1885.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 35.

“Charles D. Poston to William P. Dole,” dated April 15, 1863, in Charles D. Poston Letterbook. RG 75, M734, Records of the Arizona Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1863-1873. Roll 8.

“Charles Poston to William Dole,” dated New York, April 16, 1863. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Charles Poston to William Dole,” dated New York, May 13, 1863. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Charles Poston to Abraham Lyons,” dated Pimo Villages, January 10, 1864. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Charles Poston to Brigadier General James Carleton,” dated Pima Villages, March 10,

1864. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Charles Poston to Honorable Wm. P. Dole,” dated Pima Villages, Arizona, March 10,

1864. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Wendell Reed to Cato Sells,” dated Washington DC, March 26, 1913. RG 75, Irrigation Division, General Correspondence, 1901-1931.

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“Levi Ruggles to George Dent,” dated Pima Villages, March 4, 1867. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Levi Ruggles to George W. Dent,” dated Pima villages, June 20, 1867. RG 75, M734.

Roll 2.

“Levi Ruggles to George W. Dent,” dated Pima villages, November 4, 1867. RG 75, M734. Roll 2.

“Levi Ruggles to George W. Dent,” dated Pima villages, December 21, 1867. RG 75, M734. Roll 2.

H.C. Russell. Annual Statistical Report, Narrative Section, Pima Agency, Sacaton, Arizona, dated November 7, 1910. RG 75, M1011, “Superintendents Annual Narrative and Statistical Reports, 1907-1938.” Rolls 104-105.

“A.P.K. Safford to Edward P. Smith,” dated Executive Department, Tucson, November 3, 1874. RG 75, M234. Roll 9.

“William T. Sherman to Irvin McDowell,” dated Washington D.C., November 25, 1878.

RG 75, M234. Roll 20.

“E.P. Smith to Columbus Delano,” dated Washington D.C., June 4, 1873. RG 75, M348.

Roll 23.

“Silas St. John to James Collins,” dated U.S. Indian Agency, Pimo Villages, New Mexico, July 12, 1859. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“Silas St. John, Pimo Villages, to A. B. Greenwood, Commission of Indian Affairs,” dated September 16, 1859. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“Silas St. John, Pimo villages, to A.B. Greenwood, Commission of Indian Affairs,” dated September 16, 1859. RG 75, M234. Roll 669.

“Silas St. John to A.B. Greenwood, Commissioner of Indian Affairs,” dated Pimo villages, January 18, 1860. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, Pima Agency, 1859-1861, Roll 669.

“John Stout to Ely Parker,” dated October 25, 1871. RG 75, M234. Roll 2.

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“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated June 28, 1877. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated Pima Agency, December 15, 1877. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated Pima Agency, December 21, 1877. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated Pima Agency, March 5, 1878. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated March 6, 1878. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated August 20, 1878. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“John Stout to Ezra Hayt,” dated November 28, 1878. RG 75, M234. Roll 19.

“Talk of the Pima and Maricopa Indians by Captain Frederick Grossman at Casa Blanca, Arizona Territory,” dated October 30, 1869. RG 75, M234. Roll 3.

“Arthur Tinker, United States Indian Inspector, to John Noble, Secretary of the Interior, dated Pima Agency, May 29, 1890.” Reports of Inspections. Roll 36.

“Undated Petition from the Settlers of Florence, Pima County, Arizona Territory, and Settlers of the Salt River Valley, Phoenix, Arizona Territory, to Commissioner Edward P.

Smith.” RG 75, M234. Roll 9.

“John Walker to James W. Denver, Commissioner of Indians Affairs” dated January 16,

1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“John Walker to the Honorable Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Charles Mix,” dated Tucson Agency, Gadsden Purchase, New Mexico, March 1, 1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“John Walker to the Honorable Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Charles Mix,” dated Gadsden Purchase, New Mexico, April 4, 1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

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“John Walker to James L. Collins, Superintendent,” dated August 31, 1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. Roll 549.

“John Walker to Honorable Charles Mix,” dated October 31, 1858, Tucson, New Mexico. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881. New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“John Walker to James L. Collins, Superintendent,” dated November 30, 1858. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1858-1858. Roll 3.

“John Walker to James L. Collins, Superintendent,” dated January 1, 1859. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James L. Collins, Superintendent,” dated February 4, 1859. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James L. Collins, Superintendent,” dated March 31, 1859. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James Collins,” dated May 9, 1859, Tucson, New Mexico. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-186o. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James L. Collins,” dated May 31, 1859, Tucson, New Mexico. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880 Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to A.B. Greenwood,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 6, 1859. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“John Walker to A.B. Greenwood,” dated Tucson, New Mexico, August 31, 1859. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549

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“John Walker to James Collins,” dated October 21, 1859, Tucson, New Mexico. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James Collins,” dated October 1, 1859. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860.

Roll 4.

“John Walker to M. Steck,” dated Tucson, Arizona, November 13, 1859. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859. Roll 549.

“John Walker to James Collins,” dated November 14, 1859, Tucson, New Mexico. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James Collins,” dated December 2, 1859. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859Roll 4.

“John Walker to James L. Collins,” dated Tucson, New Mexico, January 4, 1860. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James Collins,” dated June 8, 1860, Tucson, New Mexico. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880, Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James L. Collins,” dated October 1, 1860. RG 75, T21. Roll 4.

“John Walker to James L. Collins,” dated December 31, 1860, Tucson Agency, New Mexico. RG 75, T21, Records of the New Mexico Superintendency, 1849-1880. Letters Received from the Agencies, 1859-1860. Roll 4.

“Henry Ward, United States Indian Inspector, to H.M. Teller, Secretary of the Interior, dated Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 15, 1884.” RG 75, M1070. Reports of Inspections of the Field Jurisdictions of the Office of Indian Affairs, 1873-1900. Roll 35.

“E.C. Watkins to Ezra Hayt,” dated San Carlos Agency, May 25, 1878. RG 75, M234.

Roll 20.

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“J.A. Williamson to Ezra Hayt,” dated General Land Office, Washington, DC, January 15, 1879. RG 75, M234. Roll 22.

“J.A. Williamson to Carl Schurz,” March 3, 1879. RG 75, M234. Roll 22.

“I.C. Woods, Superintendent San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line to Charles E. Mix, Commissioner of Indian Affairs,” dated May 25, 1858. RG 75, M234, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-1881, New Mexico Superintendency, 1858-1859.

Roll 549.

“Letter from J.R. Young to Secretary of the Interior Michael H. Smith, dated December 4, 1894.” RG 75, Letters Received, Office of Indian Affairs.

National Archives and Records Service (RG 109) “Captain George Andrews, Fort Yuma, to Ebenezer Noyes and Ammi White,” dated August 9, 1861. RG 109, M323, Roll 182.

National Archives and Records Service (RG 94) “Adna R. Chaffee to the Assistant Adjutant General,” dated Headquarters, Department of Arizona, Prescott Barracks, Camp McDowell, Arizona Territory, November 24, 1878.

RG 94, M666, Roll 403, Letters Received, 1871-1880.

“Captain Adna Chaffee, Report to Assistant Adjutant General,” dated Headquarters, Department of Arizona, Prescott Barracks, February 7, 1879. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

“John C. Frémont to Colonel Orlando Willcox,” dated St. Charles Hotel, Los Angeles, California, March 1, 1879, in Irvin McDowell, Report to the Adjutant General, U.S.

Army, Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific and Department of California, Presidio of San Francisco, California. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

“Irvin McDowell to General William T. Sherman,” dated Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific and Department of California, Presidio of San Francisco, December 4,

1878. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

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“Irvin McDowell to the Adjutant General of the United States Army,” dated Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific and Department of California, Presidio of San Francisco, California, December 26, 1878. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

“Irvin McDowell to the William T. Sherman,” dated Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific and Department of California, Presidio of San Francisco, California, December 26, 1878. RG 95, M666. Roll 403.

“Irvin McDowell to General Sherman,” dated Presidio of San Francisco, California, December 23, 1878. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

Irvin McDowell, Report to the Adjutant General, U.S. Army, Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific and Department of California, Presidio of San Francisco, California. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

“William T. Sherman to Irvin McDowell,” dated December 5, 1878. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

“William T. Sherman to Irvin McDowell,” dated Washington, DC, December 26, 1878.

RG 95, M666. Roll 403.

“Orlando B. Willcox to the Assistant Adjutant General,” dated Military Division of the Pacific, Presidio San Francisco, Headquarters, Department of Arizona, Prescott Barracks, December 3, 1878. RG 94, M666. Roll 403.

National Archives and Records Service (RG 393) “Claim of White and Noyes.” RG 393, Miscellaneous Records of the Column from California, 1862.

“Coult to Walker,” dated March 8, 1864. RG 393 Records of the US Continental Commands, 1821-1920, M1120. Roll 23.

“Coult to Davis,” dated March 10, 1864. RG 393 Records of the US Continental Commands, 1821-1920, M1120. Roll 23.

“J.D. Cox, Secretary of the Interior, to John Rawlins, Secretary of War,” dated Department of Interior, Washington, DC, June 9, 1869. RG 393, Records of the U.S.

Army Continental Commands, 1821-1920, M1120, Fort Mojave, Letters Sent and Received, 1859-1890. Roll 6.

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“Ammi White to General James Carleton,” dated Pima Villages, January 16, 1862. RG 393, Entry 3662, Miscellaneous Records of the Column from California, 1862.

National Archives and Records Service (RG 48) “A. Anderson, Report to the Honorable Thomas L. Rusk, US Senate,” dated Washington, City, March 10, 1857. RG 48, M95. Letters Received relating to the El Paso to Fort Yuma Wagon Road, 1857-1861. Roll 3.

“Letter from Governor Frémont to Secretary Schurz,” dated Executive Department, Prescott, January 25, 1879. RG 48, M576. Roll 19.

“Enoch Steen, Report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,” dated Fort Buchanan, New Mexico Territory, November 2, 1857. RG 48, M825. Letters Received by the Indian Division of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior, 1849-1880. Roll 6.

Laguna Niguel Pacific Region United States of America vs. Henry A. Wattson and Carrell A. Spicer, in the District Court of the United States in and for the District of Arizona, National Archives and Records Service, Pacific Region Equity case Files, Folder E-31, Box 3.

Newspapers:

“An Appeal of the Pimas,” n. d. Casa Grande, Arizona, The Casa Grande Bulletin Print.

Arizona Blade-Tribune, March 28, 1914.

Arizona Blade-Tribune, April 4, 1914.

Arizona Blade-Tribune, May 30, 1914.

Arizona Blade-Tribune, June 27, 1914.

Arizona Blade-Tribune, May 8, 1915.

Arizona Gazette, April 16, 1900.

Arizona Miner, August 24, 1864.

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The Arizona Republican, July 25, 1902.

Arizona Republic, March 10, 1918.

Arizona Republic, May 11, 1922.

Arizona Republic, August 23, 1973.

Arizona Republic April 22, 1975.

Arizona Republic, January 5, 1977.

Arizona Republic, May 22, 1977.

Arizona Republic, July 14, 1979.

Arizona Republic, July 25, 1979.

Arizona Republic, July 30, 1979.

Arizona Republic, December 2, 1980.

Arizona Republic, December 13, 1980.

Arizona Republic, December 20, 1980.

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Arizona Republic, February 6, 2003.

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Arizona Weekly Citizen, January 14, 1871.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, April 8, 1871.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, September 9, 1871.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, January 24, 1872.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, October 26, 1872.

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Arizona Weekly Citizen, November 4, 1873.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, January 3, 1874.

Arizona Weekly Citizen January 10, 1874.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, February 21, 1874.

Arizona Weekly Citizen, February 28, 1874.

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Casa Grande Valley Dispatch, May 7, 1920.

Casa Grande Valley Dispatch, June 11, 1920.

Casa Grande Valley Dispatch, May 12, 1922.

Daily Alta California, San Francisco, California, July 1, 1860.

Daily Alta California, December 14, 1860.

Daily Alta California, June 29, 1862.

Daily Alta California July 29, 1862.

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Florence Tribune, July 14, 1900.

Florence Tribune, July 21, 1900.

Florence Tribune, August 4, 1900.

Florence Tribune, August 5, 1900.

Memorial of the 19th Territorial Legislature sent to the United States Congress.

Reprinted in the Florence Tribune, December 7, 1901.

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Phoenix Gazette, April 16, 1976.

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Phoenix Republican, June 29, 1900.

Tribune Newspapers, March 8, 1998.

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The Weekly Arizona Miner, April 6, 1867.

The Weekly Arizona Miner, May 4, 1867.

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The Weekly Arizona Miner, April 18, 1868.

The Weekly Arizona Miner, September 26, 1868.

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Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Volume IV. Washington, DC:

GPO, 1882.

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“James H. Carleton, Colonel California Volunteers, to Major Richard C. Drum,” dated Los Angeles, California, December 21, 1861. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part 1.

“James H. Carleton to Captain William McCleave,” dated Camp Drum, March 15, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Major E. A. Rigg,” dated Camp Drum, March 16, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Señor Gobernador Don Ignacio Pesqueira,” dated Fort Yuma, California, May 2, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Major R.C. Drum,” dated May 10, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Major R.C. Drum,” dated Gila City, New Mexico (Fort Yuma), May 17, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Major Richard C. Drum,” dated Fort Barrett, Pima Villages, Arizona Territory, May 24, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Major David Fergusson,” dated Tucson, Arizona, June 11, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Major Theodore A. Coult,” dated Fort Barrett, Arizona Territory, June 21, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“James H. Carleton to Colonel West,” dated Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 21, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“Theodore A. Coult to Lieutenant W.A. Thompson,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, October 14, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“Theodore A. Coult to Lieutenant W.L. Rynerson,” dated Tucson, December 30, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“Benjamin Cutler to Major E. A. Riggs,” dated Los Angeles, California, March 15, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

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“Benjamin C. Cutler—General Order #8,” dated Fort Yuma, May 10, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“D. Fergusson to Colonel J.R. West,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, June 25, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“D. Fergusson to Lieutenant C. P. Nichols,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, August 17,

1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“D. Fergusson to Major R. C. Drum,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, August 19, 1862.

War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“D. Fergusson to Lieutenant B.C. Cutler,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, September 10, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“D. Fergusson to Lieutenant B. C. Cutler,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, September 21, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“D. Fergusson to Lieutenant J.F. Bennett,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, April 14,

1863. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“D. Fergusson to Lieutenant George A. Burkett,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, April 17, 1863. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“William French to Lieutenant Colonel T.A. Coult,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, October 28, 1863. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

“Sherod Hunter to Colonel John Baylor,” dated Tucson, Arizona, April 5, 1862.” War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume IX, Part 1.

“James A. Lucas to Dr. Lorenzo Labadi,” dated Mesilla, 14 de Junio de 1861. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume IV.

“Major General J. B. Magruder to Secretary of War,” dated January 25, 1865. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume XXXIV, Part IV.

“Brigadier Jonathan S. Mason to Colonel R. C. Drum,” dated Maricopa Wells, Arizona, May 30, 1865. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“Jonathan S. Mason to Colonel R.C. Drum,” dated Maricopa Wells, May 31, 1865. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

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“Report on Measures to make Secure the Overland Mail Route to California,” dated Adjutant General’s Office, April 24, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

“Edwin A. Rigg to Colonel J.H. Carleton,” dated Fort Yuma, January 17, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part 1.

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“Edwin Rigg to Carleton,” dated February 14, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part 1.

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1 (Statement of Walker) and enclosure No. 3 (letter of Ammi White). War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part 1.

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“J.R. West to B.C. Cutler,” dated Pima Villages, May 4, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

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“J.R. West to Lieutenant Benjamin Cutler,” dated Pima Villages, May 6, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

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“J.R. West to B.C. Cutler,” dated Tucson, Arizona Territory, May 26, 1862. War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L.

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1861.War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part I.

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War of the Rebellion, Series I, Volume L, Part II.

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